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It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.
Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his breast in an effort to escape the vile wind, slipped quickly through the glass doors of Victory Mansions.
The hallway smelt of boiled cabbage and old rag mats.
BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU.
Winston kept his back turned from the telescreen.
He's afraid of confined spaces.
There is no electricity due to the economic drive and preparations for Hate Week.
It is seldom working.
He wishes to avoid seeing the Big Brother poster.
B & C
Through the use of telescreens which hear and see your every move.
By having Police Patrols look into people's windows.
The thought police.
Use of children who act as spies and report their parents
All of the above.
Victory Mansion. Air-Strip One. Eastasia.
Victory Mansions. Air-Strip One. Germany. Eurasia.
Victory Mansions. London. Air-Strip One. Oceania.
Ministry of Truth
Ministry of Plenty
Ministry of Love
Ministry of Peace
April 4th, 1984. I'm not sure this is even the correct date.
April 4th, 1984. Down with Big Brother! Down with Big Brother! Down with Big Brother!
April 4th, 1984. Last night to the flicks.
April 4th, 1984. I need to connect with O'Brien.
April 4th, 1984. typical prole reaction they never--
She unnerves him, baffles him, frustrates him.
She intrigues him, entices him, confuses him.
She enlightens him, calms him, soothes him.
She disgusts him, scares him, excites him.
The face of Emmanuel Goldstein flashes onto the screen.
People scream and throw things.
People are prostrate with prayer for Big Brother.
There is hypnotic-like chants for Big Brother.
People inflict pain on each other.
The Thought Police.
The movies in Victory Square.
Their father at work.
A fellow worker in the Fiction Department.
A war hero-turned-traitor who evaded capture and disappeared.
Winston's neighbor in the Records Department.
A fictitious person created by Winston for a rewritten Times article.
He is working on the eleventh edition of the Newspeak dictionary.
He asks Winston if he has any razor blades.
He is too intelligent and therefore Winston believes he'll be vaporized.
He lacks discretion.
He admires Parsons.
She and Winston were/are married.
Winston says she was tall, fair-haired, very straight, with splendid movements.
Winston says she was smart and classy.
Winston says she was a frigid sex partner, only wanting sex once a week to fulfill their duty to the Party.
None of the above. There is no hope.
Among the last survivors of the original leaders of the Revolution.
Friends of O'Brien.
Fictional characters created by Winston in a Times rewrite.
Musicians employed by the Ministry of Peace.
Abandonment of Ownlife
A rejection of Individualism
All of the above.
To the abandoned, forbidden libraries.
To the Prole sector.
To the Ministry of Truth
They are free.
They are regularly sacrificed.
They are stupid.
They are easily trained.
Some black dye to color his hair.
A turquoise gem that reminds him of his mother.
Three packages of razor blades.
An old LIFE magazine.
A coral paperweight.
It does not have a telescreen.
It looks just like his mother's old room.
It contains a secret staircase.
It cannot be seen from the outside.
A woman who reminds him of his mother.
A woman that IS his mother!
The dark haired girl from the fiction department
The thought police.
It seems to be hypnotizing him into submission.
He cannot remember the last verse.
The dark-haired girl was humming it.
It seems to be a secret code and he needs to figure it out.
It makes him nauseous.
Inevitable. Seldom. Slavery.
Peace. Seldom. Slavery.
Peace. Slavery. Strength.
Peace, Strength. Slavery.
RIght. Truth. Strength.